Partnering with Special Collections in Promoting Digital Humanities: Papers of Charles Daniel Tenney (丁家立档案) at Dartmouth College

Nien Lin Xie

Abstract


This paper discusses a project relating to the papers of Charles Tenney at Dartmouth College in order to examine the value of partnering with special collections while promoting digital humanities. It treats the discovery, digitization, publication and utilization of rare and unique primary resources in assisting classroom teaching and research. This project provides a case study that illustrates how, by creating collaborative projects with faculty and colleagues, librarians can create knowledge, enrich scholarship, and better serve academic communities as research partners instead of being mere content providers.

Keywords


Charles Daniel Tenney; Education in China; Digital humanities; Special collections

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Crossley, P. K. Personal correspondence, December 18, 2013.

Dartmouth College Library Guide to the Papers of Charles D. Tenney, circa 1919 – 1986. Retrieved April 23, 2018, from http://ead.dartmouth.edu/html/ms794_fullguide.html




DOI: https://doi.org/10.23974/ijol.2019.vol4.1.133

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